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Sky + "Undelete" option

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by Kirthen, Jan 8, 2003.

  1. Kirthen

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    After being rather over enthusiastic with the Sky+ Planner delete button, it occurred to me an “Undelete” option would be sensible (at least too me!). This would list all the programmes that you have deleted but have not yet been over written by a new Sky + recording. Is Sky planning such an upgrade/feature for Sky +?

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  2. Starburst

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    Perhaps putting the "confirm delete" banner/question back in to the OS would be more helpful for people with overactive fingers :)
     
  3. Sparky101

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    Or just mark all recordings as 'Keep' and then you have to confirm before deleting anything. Works for me - never deleted anything by accident, yet!
     
  4. Xeonic

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    The "keep" method is the best, since the remote is a bit erratic and can sometimes send two delete instead of one, with predictable results :( Just make sure when you go to press "keep" , don't press the same offending "delete" button right next to it!!
     
  5. savage

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    there both cool ideas
    I never thought of pressing keep then deleting .

    I do the same as Kirthen

    I think it would also be cool if you could put a symbol by some of the programes to label them in your own personal way
     

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